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Reward Management – Driving Performance. Gap. PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS. CAUSE ANALYSIS. INTERVENTION SELECTION AND DESIGN. Change/Leadership Appraisal Systems, Career Development, Coaching, Culture Change, Compensation, Documentation, Environment, Engineering, Health/Wellness,

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Appraisal Systems,

Career Development,

Coaching, Culture Change,

Compensation, Documentation,

Environment, Engineering,


Information Systems,

Job Aids, Job/Work Design,

Organisational Design,

Electronic Performance Support,

Re-engineering, Staffing,

Supervision, Team-building,

Training, Education




Mission, Strategy,

And Goals

  • Lack Of:
  • Appropriate Culture
  • Consequences, Incentives, Rewards
  • Data, Information, And Feedback
  • Environmental Support, Resources, And Tools
  • Individual Capacity
  • Motives, Expectation
  • Skills And Knowledge

Work, Organisational, and Competitive Environment

Actual State of Performance

Implementation and Change


key questions
Key Questions
  • What do we/should we really compensate? Effort? Results? Both?
  • How do we set clear expectations?
  • How do you do this in your organisation?
  • Do you have a Reward Strategy from which your compensation plan emanates?
  • How do/should we measure qualitative issues?
key questions1
Key Questions
  • What should constitute Compensation?
    • Monetary – salaries, wages, allowances
    • Non-monetary – Leadership, Culture, Engagement, L&D, Career Management, Respect for individuals
  • What other systems should aid the Rewards System?
    • Performance Management
    • Resourcing
    • Competence Development
  • What is the role of Line Managers in managing Compensation?
key questions2
Key Questions
  • What do employees really want? Or need?
    • Needs or Wants – which is more appropriate to plan with?
  • How does Effective Information Management affect Compensation?
    • Your Pay Promise? Do you respect it?
  • What about the Variable Pay twist?
  • What about Reporting?
    • To employees? To Management? To Third parties?

















the purpose of compensation
The Purpose of Compensation

To attract and retain top performers by offering industry competitive compensation levels.

where does it come from
Where does it come from?

Compensation strategy shall be derived from its human resources strategy and defined along the following key dimensions: pay market, competitive positioning and pay mix.

guiding principles
Guiding Principles
  • The Organisation shall maintain equitable and consistent pay practices in compliance with applicable labour laws and within the constraints of its budgetary process and financial limitations
  • The aim is to establish and maintain pay practices, which reflect local living costs and which are competitive relative to its defined pay market. As such compensation practices of the defined pay market shall be surveyed periodically and the findings used to review the salary structure to ensure its competitiveness and support of its compensation strategy
guiding principles cont d
Guiding Principles Cont’d
  • High performance is critical to the achievement of its business goals and objectives and as a part of its commitment to adopting and embedding a culture of performance shall reward employees at every level based on merit, competence and job performance
  • Employees’ compensation shall consist of both guaranteed and variable pay across all job groups
  • Guaranteed pay is payable monthly in arrears
  • Where employees have worked for less than a month, the pay shall be calculated on a pro-rata basis
guiding principles cont d1
Guiding Principles Cont’d
  • The Organisation shall use an organised and systematic method of classifying jobs and administering salaries to ensure that pay levels are competitive and internally equitable. Separate salary structures shall however be maintained for different categories of staff
  • Employees’ compensation shall consist of both guaranteed and variable pay across all job groups. Guaranteed pay is payable monthly in arrears. Where employees have worked for less than a month, the pay shall be calculated on a pro-rata basis
guiding principles cont d2
Guiding Principles Cont’d
  • Eligible employees shall be paid cash allowances as stipulated in the working conditions
  • The variable pay component shall be tied to the achievement of the organisation’s objectives and team goals. Management shall determine the amount payable or calculation applicable annually. This shall be regarded as staff bonus and team-based pay respectively
job analysis
Job Analysis
  • ...a systematic process for determining the tasks constituting a job and the skills and knowledge required to perform the job. The output from this process is the job description.
job description
Job Description
  • ... a statement outlining the objective, reporting dynamics, roles, responsibilities, Competencies required, key performance indicators, attributes required on each job.
    • Line managers shall work with HR to ensure that all jobs have properly documented job descriptions. Job descriptions shall be documented for all newly created jobs or jobs that have undergone a significant amount of change
job evaluation
Job Evaluation
  • ... a systematic process for determining the relative worth of jobs. The output of which serves as an objective basis for job grades, which ultimately corresponds, to the salary grade (structure).
    • HR shall be responsible for evaluating all jobs with properly documented job descriptions to determine the equivalent job grade
salary structure
Salary Structure
  • ...a system of salary grades and ranges derived from the job evaluation process. Each salary grade corresponds to a range (salary band) with a specified minimum, mid point and maximum amount.
compensation surveys
Compensation Surveys
  • ...a periodic examination of similar practices to determine the competitiveness of pay practices and its support of the compensation strategies.
    • The survey shall cover not only salary data for the defined pay market but also job content information. Hence benchmark jobs representative of the full range of jobs within the company will be selected and used to compare relative values of similar jobs within the pay market.
job classification
Job Classification
  • ...proper matching of each employee to the appropriate job positions and grade level.
where are we today
Where are we Today?
  • Today’s enduring organisation must possess certain platforms…
  • Promoting the sharing of ideas, interests and emotions by recruiting compatible people – people who naturally seem likely to become friends
  • Limiting hierarchical differences and focusing on effective communication and results
where are we today cont d
Where are we Today Cont’d?
  • Human resources function acting like a friend to the system, and setting the example for geniality and kindness by caring for employees genuinely
  • Developing awareness of competitors through briefings, newsletters, videos, memos or e-mails
  • Creating a sense of urgency in people by developing a visionary statement or slogan for the organisation and communicating it effectively
need to create the will to win
Need to Create the Will to ‘Win’!
  • Introduce performance-based rewards
  • Create healthy internal competition
  • Encouraging commitment to shared corporate goals, encouraging departments to have clearly defined mission statements and running with them
leading by example
Leading by Example
  • Being the best example and reference point for the culture in place!
  • The human resources management function must nowproactively SIT at the table!
the challenge
The Challenge

People managers must now demonstrate the abilities that attract trust and confidence by top management!